What Are Some Doctoral Programs That Don't Require GRE Scores?

Doctoral programs that do not require GRE scores include the University of Florida's doctoral program in Art History and the University of Arizona's Doctorate in Public Health program. Columbia University Teachers College's Linguistics and Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages Department does not require GRE scores.

The University of Florida's Art History doctoral program's graduate requirements state that there is no GRE requirement for those applying to the doctoral program who have already completed an accredited Master's program. Columbia University Teachers College offers Doctorate programs in Education specializing in either Applied Linguistics or TESOL. Neither program requires applicants to submit GRE scores.

University of Arizona offers a Doctorate in Public Health program that does not require GRE scores from some applicants. The program does not require GRE scores from applicants who have a related Master's degree from an accredited North American institution or five years of health-related work experience.